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Sentence count:75+2 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-23Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: electromagnetic spectrumspectrumaspectinspectspecterrespectsuspectprospectMeaning: ['spektə(r)]  n. 1. a ghostly appearing figure 2. a mental representation of some haunting experience. 
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1. The awful spectre of civil war looms over the country.
2. The news of more cuts has raised the spectre of redundancies once again.
3. The spectre of unemployment was always on his mind.
4. The violence has raised the spectre of civil war.
5. The recession is again raising the spectre of unemployment.
6. Was he a spectre returning to haunt her?
7. The familiar spectre of drought and famine has reared its ugly head again.
8. The country is haunted by the spectre of civil war.
9. The arrival of warm weather raises the spectre of disease and increased rat infestations caused by rotting garbage.
10. The dread spectre of civil war looms over the country.
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11. The terrible spectre of civil war hung over the country once again.
12. Drought and war have raised the spectre of food shortages for up to 24 million African people.
13. Was he a spectre returning to haunt Fleury?
14. And the spectre of money laundering looms.
15. Before us a spectre of technology dominates the skyline.
16. The spectre of quotas was the reason that businessmen gave for opposing the civil-rights bill the president vetoed last October.
17. Spurred on by the spectre of political oblivion Michael Heseltine may yet risk all.
18. But the spectre of delivering a speech brown-nosing the teachers jammed her imagination.
19. The spectre is reputed to be that of Frances Culpepper, daughter of Lord John Freschville.
20. In May, with the sudden spectre of civil war, pessimism turned to panic.
21. Before 1905 was out the spectre of social upheaval thus enabled the Tsar's government to regain the initiative.
22. The prospect of such telecoms competition raises the spectre of intervention by government or the courts.
23. The spectre of restraint of trade rears its ugly head.
24. These weeks of drought have once again raised the spectre of widespread famine.
25. Failure to arrive at a consensus over the issue raised the spectre of legal action.
26. But to me despair is a permanent part of man, induced by that spectre of three-score years and ten.
27. The time when you would be relieved by the spectre of a hansom cab in the eerily unpeopled streets.
28. Once firmly embarked on the slow-growth road, the United States can not avoid the ominous spectre of social and economic decay.
29. Rarely can such a clutch of famous names have faced the stark and unfamiliar spectre of failure on one afternoon.
30. The immediate threat to the West may be inflation; the spectre in the shadows is deflation.
More similar words: electromagnetic spectrumspectrumaspectinspectspecterrespectsuspectprospectrespectedspectatorsuspect ofspectacleinspectorintrospectinspectionretrospectprospectusrespectivedisrespectperspectiveprospectiverespectablecircumspectspectacularbespectacledirrespectiverespectivelyretrospectiveretrospectiondisrespectful
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